long-life lamp

long-life lamp

Any lamp type having a design life longer than the conventionally set value for its general class; an incandescent lamp of this type provides lower luminous output than a standard lamp of the same wattage.
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Engineered to extend performance and cut costs, the PT-FZ570 features a new dustproof optical drive, long-life lamp, and improved filtering technology to maintain maximum brightness.
The specialist long-life lamp company, The Greenstock Lamp Company have now introduced a range of shatterproof fluorescent tubes and long-life GLS lamps.
It is filter-free and features a long-life lamp and an eco-mode to conserve power when running and on standby.
Now, 28-W T8 long-life lamps "are the standard," says Alcaraz, with select use of LEDs.
The existing fixtures near skylights and clerestory windows were upgraded with dimming and long-life lamps. These fixtures respond to input from the photocells to dim when daylight is detected.
Examples include signage with T8 long-life lamps and LED, and retrofitting garage bays for increased heating efficiency.
"Our new long-life lamps, optics and filters mean less down time and a longer time between replacements." Extended lamp and filter life are the key elements that make these projectors highly economical to operate.
Among the features that the company highlights are the high strength, chemical resistant, weatherproof enclosure and long-life lamps for 100,000 hours continuous use.
Features include compact design; high-strength, chemical-resistant, weatherproof enclosure; long-life lamps for 100,000 hours continuous use; protected and availability of lamp indication for feedback confirmation of actuator/valve position.